Beef 'O' Brady's

Tara Curtis, owner at West Main Street’s Beef ‘O’ Brady’s restaurant, works a lunch rush on Wednesday. Curtis recently talked with the Tribune about changes to her business because of the pandemic and what preparations for this weekend’s Super Bowl business look like.

Super Bowl Sunday is going to look different than in years past at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, but many of the changes at the local eatery are reflective of adaptations the restaurant has been forced to make in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are kind of offering more to go stuff,” Tara Curtis, owner of the West Main Street restaurant told the Tribune on Wednesday.

This story contains reporting from The Associated Press.